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Exhibition Review, LA Times: Photography that likes to break the rules

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Our exhibition Her First Meteorite: Volume 2 was reviewed by Leah Ollman for the LA Times this morning. 

Ken Graves, A Prolonged Childhood, unique photo collage, c. 1990

Ken Graves, A Prolonged Childhood, unique photo collage, c. 1990

"Ever since the earliest photographic technologies, bushwhackers have willfully deviated from marked trails, but never, it seems, have more renegades tweaked convention than in the past decade or two. " - Leah Ollman

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Source: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/arts/...

Art Daily: Exhibition of Processed-based Photographs opens at ROSEGALLERY

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Art Daily highlights our exhibition Her First Meteorite: Volume 2 on Sunday, December 13, 2015.

Dirk Braeckman, born in Eeklo, Belgium, was educated at the Koninklijke Academie voor Schone Kunsten, Ghent, with a focus in photography and film.

Dirk Braeckman, born in Eeklo, Belgium, was educated at the Koninklijke Academie voor Schone Kunsten, Ghent, with a focus in photography and film.

SANTA MONICA, CA.ROSEGALLERY presents the second installment of Her First Meteorite. A selection of process based photographs that feature the work of seven artists: Dirk Braeckman, James Gallagher, Melinda Gibson, Ken Graves, Yoko Kanayama, Summer Mann and Sebastian Riemer, accompanied by a selection of Civil War tintypes. The exhibition is on view from 12 December 2015 through 13 February 2016. 

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Source: http://artdaily.com/news/83603/Exhibition-...

Visual Art Source Editorial Review of “Her First Meteorite”

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Recommendation by: Jody Zellen/Simone Kussatz

James Gallagher, "Nictoine F," 2012, unique photo collage, 12 x 9"

James Gallagher, "Nictoine F," 2012, unique photo collage, 12 x 9"

Continuing through November 28, 2015

The physical space of the gallery undergoes quite a change for its current show “Her First Meteorite” that features seven artists, including Carolle Benitah, James Gallagher, Melinda Gibson, Ken Graves, Stephanie Solinas, Annegret Soltau and Grete Stern. The gallery space has been intelligently reconfigured for the viewing of these intimate works via the suspension of hanging shad-like panels that create a narrow corridor through which the viewer traverses. The panels have strategically placed holes, like those found on construction sites, making it possible to see across and into the middle of the space. The works hung on the wall or placed on a shelf demand to be carefully scrutinized.

 

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Announcement from Hannah Sloan & Rose Shoshana

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March 4, 2015

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

I am happy to make you aware of some exciting changes coming our way this Spring. Following a tenure of approximately 10 years at ROSEGALLERY, under the superb guidance of Rose and my colleagues in the arts industry, I will be opening a project space on the Bergamot Station campus. Rose and I are enthusiastic about the creative cross-pollination this move makes possible and we look forward to many fruitful collaborations. The project space, located in the middle of the B Building along Olympic Boulevard, will provide a fun, new context for some of the artists with whom I currently work and a vibrant exhibition space for emerging artists working across disciplines. This opportunity will also allow me to remain connected to the Bergamot community, to Rose, and to the artists I have been devoted to for so many years, while embarking on independent endeavors.

My last full day at ROSEGALLERY is Friday, March 6th, and at 11am Saturday, March 7th, doors open at SLOAN PROJECTS. I encourage everyone to come say hello and make B5 one of your Bergamot Station destinations. I hope it goes without saying that the company I have kept while at ROSEGALLERY is unparalleled in the world of photography and I am honored to have worked with the caliber of artists, curators, dealers and collectors this gallery attracts. I am looking forward to a new chapter that keeps me connected to all of you.

Very Best Wishes,
HANNAH SLOAN
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